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people to -- this is my friend emily werdes. she got it from another friend, she didn't take credit for it but i'm giving her credit. >> what is it? >> fresh spinach, banana, pineapple juice, mint leaves, and ice. if you want the whole shabang, go on our website. it's really delicious. first time she showed it to me i went i don't think so, but then i wanted it every single day. >> really delicious. we're getting a lot of twitter feedback on our giving up wine from the show. cheryl wrote, giving up wine, i never thought you ladies were quitters. >> once in awhile you take one for the team. jimmy fallon hasn't heard the news, just across the street. we were mentioned in a special golden globes edition of jimmy's pros and cons. >> let's listen. >> matt lauer and savannah guthrie from nbc's "today" show will host the golden globes special. hoda and kathie lee will host
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the golden globes after party booze cruise. that's the one you want to be at. >> that's the one, exactly. who wants to be at the first one? didn't the huffington post say something funny? >> hell has frozen over. >> we're trying to get our graphics together. it was a funny one. there's been a lot of buzz. >> lots of buzz. oh, there it is. hell freezes over. look at you dumping that last bit of wine into the glass. >> cute. >> all righty then. >> there's been quite the dust up over a beautiful young lady who was in the audience watching her boyfriend play football against notre dame. the quarterback for the alabama tide. she did not know the cameras were on her. her phone isn't working. that's her, and the woman to her right and in front of her a little is his mother. so apparently just this shot got a lot of attention, but what got more attention was brent musburger's commentary.
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>> along with the other guy in the booth. i'm not sure who that was. let's listen. >> you quarterbacks, you get all the good-looking women. what a beautiful woman. if you're a youngster in alabama, start getting the football out and throw it around the backyard with pop. >> now she's also miss alabama. she's been dating a.j. mccarron since the early part of december. >> less than a month. a month and change. >> yeah, yeah. they look like they are having a nice time together, which is great. she's a beautiful girl. yesterday, espn apologized, which surprised an awful lot of people, because from -- you know how everything is relative, hoe darks the stuff we have heard, the vitriol that has come out of many people's mouths and maybe they were fired or suspended, this did not seem malicious or vulgar. i mean, she is a beautiful girl. and i think if it hadn't been a 73-year-old man saying it.
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if boomer esiason had said it or jack buck, i don't know, i think -- but that's sexism in a weird way. i don't think she was offended. so why should anybody else be? >> i think it was a little weird. >> why, though? >> because if you say it once i kind of get it. went there's repetition it gets a little creepy. i do think the weird thing that happened was this little who didn't have her phone didn't realize became the focus. her boyfriend won this game. they were a blowout. people were like yeah what's the boyfriend? i had to look when you said his name mccarron. now you know the girlfriend's name kathryn but you don't know the boyfriend's. so she sort of got all the attention. he won -- their team won the title in a smear. but i get it. during one of the -- when there's a blowout like that, there isn't anything to talk about if you're in the booth. >> i asked frank about it. he said first of all she is a beautiful girl. what are you supposed to say when you see a vision like that?
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he said what everybody else was thinking. he said the other thing is, unless you've been in a booth calling those kinds of blowouts you are looking for anything and everything to pass the time. >> i get it. >> you're trying to entertain people. you're trying to have a little fun with the guys you're working with. sometimes it doesn't -- i don't know. what did she say about it? she told matt she didn't think it was such a big deal so why should we. >> let's listen. >> you know, i think the media has been really unfair to him. i think that if he would have said something along the line that we were hot or sexy or made any derogatory statements like that i think that would have been a little bit different. but the fact that he said that we are beautiful and gorge ououi don't see why any woman wouldn't be flattered by that. >> first of all i wish someone would say hot and sexy. really? thank you. again everything's relative. i didn't catch this time first
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time. "we." >> they were only talking about her. >> i know. but who's she thinking of? >> i feel bad for his mom who by the way is i think gorgeous. she's his mother. >> watch it. you're going to have to apologize. >> she didn't get any attention. look at the mom. >> she looks just like our -- can we get a shot on tammy, please? anthony? >> look at her. she looks great. >> she looks just like tammy. >> no one mentioned her. oh, yes. wow. >> no one mentioned -- you're right. he didn't mention -- no mention of the mom. the mother was next to her. >> there is everything's relative, hoda. it's the difference between 15 or 20 years is what we live in that kind of a society. >> 73 can't you think that someone in her late 30s or like the mom in her 40s is beautiful, too? why just her? >> he wasn't looking at her. >> but he should have. >> he didn't see her. >> she was next to her. >>. >> hoda?
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>> what? >> here's the point. >> what is the point? >> she's not offended. so if she's not the object of it then we should all just relax. >> i think it was silly that espn apologized. >> they've had a little history in that regard. i think they're trying to pre-empt any trouble. >> that's when you start stutter stepping. not doing any wrong. >> if anybody should apologize maybe it was brent musberger. but she didn't think no apology necessary. >> done. put it to -- >> well, maybe he should. >> actually a nice guy. he's a nice guy. >> let's move on to kimye. are we going to buck the trend and call them kim and kanye? that is offensive to some people, too. >> kimye? >> no, some people being reduced as a couple. you want to issue yet another apology? >> no, i don't do those. kim and kanye, as you know, are pregnant. now they are looking at this home -- is that a hair? >> just a little thing. >> okay. wish we had some wine to wash it down.
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anyway, the word is they bought a $11 million fixer upper. >> only in belair, baby. >> it's 10,000 feet. what do you do, can i just say, with all that space? isn't there a saying that love grows best in small places? like that's too big. how do you even communicate with one another? where are you? i'm in the third wing. what? >> again, if they've made their money themselves, they have the right, hoda, to choose the way they want to live. >> not that they don't have a right. but 10,000. how are you going to find your spouse in 10,000 square feet? >> it's called an intercom. i don't know. you know it's hard for a lot of people. it's hard for a lot of people who are trying to put bread on their tables to see this kind of excess. may not be excess to them. maybe they can easily, easily afford it, maybe there's a $40 million one next door they could have afforded. this is the one they picked.
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but to a person looking at it, it's hard. times are really, really hard for people. >> i agree. i agree. >> you know who times are really hard for? >> who? >> lance armstrong. i'm stunned about this information. we were talking about this yesterday, we never got to this in our chat, we were doing things -- >> exercising. >> yeah. there's been a lot of controversy if he should come clean if he was doping during the seven tour de france wins. so he's going to talk to oprah. >> that was a big reveal, and he and oprah have a history. he's been on her show several times, now she's on own. i'll be curious her tone. >> she owns own. >> i'll be curious how she's going to be talking to him. she's known to do tough interviews when she really wants to. she did that with the guy who wrote the book "a thousand little pieces." she was upset he misled her. if lance armstrong is going to say he was doping, he has misled a lot of people.
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it will be very fascinating to watch. >> it will get huge ratings, but here's the thing, we were talking the other day, what is to be gained from him admitting it? he's going to open himself up to, obviously, maybe he's just trying to clear his name, but this is just going to confirm what people have been saying. he's going to have financial problems because perhaps repay money in the lawsuits that he had that he won. he might owe millions to the different people that he won in court against. he might have to repay prize money. he might have to give back money that was given to livestrong. >> a lot of money. >> what's going to be interesting, for me, is his reason. >> i don't know, he said he wants to compete again. and even if you're not competing for big stakes or big bucks or anything anymore, maybe he wants to be able to get out and try again. who knows. >> if they are saying almost everybody's doping in that industry, which a lot of people are alleging as well, if he's going to be the only one not
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doping, it's going to be a fascinating subject. now we're going to recap yesterday's show. the final calorie numbers are in, because we were burning calories throughout the show, all hour long, even commercial breaks we worked out. totals are here. the calories burned are kathie lee had 306. i had 224. >> look at my legs and look at yours. i'm doing two pumps to every one of yours. >> i got short, stubby post-menopausal legs and you are an egyptian goddess. . you're crazy. >> i have to work harder. then i have to go on a two-mile walk. >> did you walk after that? >> of course, i did. she's a multiplatinum country music icon. >> not to mention author, actress, activist. >> we're going to chat with grammy winner -- she's eating that? >> just for show, naomi! naomi judd will be with us just right after these messages.
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country music superstar naomi judd hit the music scene as one half of the duo the judds. selling 20 million records and winning six grammies along the way. >> naomi is here today. she's in a new movie playing an abrasive and manipulative mother-in-law called "the newlyweds." >> nearly -- >> "nearlyweds." let's see. >> let's see -- do it again. >> back up and come back in. two steps. >> come back again. >> now that you did it that way, maybe not. . you meant to say? >> please. "nearlyweds." ? it's my big city cousins. >> you mean them or us? how are you, baby? >> how's your mom and them? i don't know why i talk like this when i'm around you guys. how much you get for that?
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>> how are you? >> i'm a very happy girl. >> you are. >> tell us why, what's the secret? >> well, first of all, i get to be on this very adorable movie that's on saturday night on the hallmark channel. you know, to get in the role, i kind of pretended i was betty white a little drunk. >> a little drunk? >> a woman, an actress, a fine actress needs to find her role somewhere. >> you know, i am a classically trained method actress. >> i know. when i think of you, i think of vanessa redgrave. >> you play the mom. these three girls thought they were married, but turns out they really weren't. the preacher died before they signed their -- tell us about your role a little bit. >> you know, carl yung used to say we have a shadow side? i have a very dark shadow side. but i have to say it was so stinking much fun.
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>> it has to be. the bad girl is the most fun role. >> have you done that? >> yes, so much fun. >> she does it here every day. >> that's right. it's much more fun to be the old cranky one. >> in real life, you know, this lady's the helicopter mom. she's really a smother. >> that's good. >> in real life, i have finally learned to be like a fireman. i come when i'm called. >> is that right? >> it's working. you know me a long time. >> i know, i know. >> lot of therapy. >> you are crazy. i like your voices. >> that's why we love it. >> i have to go ahead and say this. all my girlfriends back home in tennessee asked me last night, because you know how carol burnett used to do this? to say hi to her mom? they want me to say hi. they try to watch everything i'm on. so doing this or this, you know, is way too -- so i may do something. >> that's a little bit whacky? >> so if i do it --
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>> twitch or something weird. >> tell us about your daughter running against mitch mcconnell. >> there you go. we got to play trivia. we got to hear it, is your daughter going to run against mitch mcconnell? very important. >> brandi's cat happened to walk by with a hair ball last night. so good. >> is she or is she not going to run against mitch mcconnell? dying to know. >> dateline hoda. >> dying to know, dying to know. >> i don't know. and you know i would tell you if i knew. i would be like spray painting it over overpasses and water towers. we really don't know. >> we'll wait and see on that. >> but i can say, if she was, she'd be so perfect, because ashley is very transparent. she will tell you the truth. she loves kentucky, our people in kentucky. >> you have a birthday coming up, we heard a rumor, friday. we're going to play a birthday trivia game with you, here we go. >> stump naomi, go. >> who was the u.s. president in
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1946. you get choices, do you want your multiple choice? >> i think i want choices. >> abraham lincoln, harry s. truman, or benjamin franklin? >> truman. >> yes. yes. >> if you can't stand the heat get out of the kitchen. >> yes, indeed. >> name the number one song by marvin gaye. on january 11th, 1968. >> you want a little hint? >> got to be "grapevine." ♪ i'm a genius, i'm a genius. >> australian pop singer cody simpson was also born on january 11th, but of what year? >> if she doesn't know -- >> i have no stinking idea. >> looks like a child. >> i don't know who jason bubber -- >> justin bieber? >> there you go. >> the answer is 17. >> you know, the thing about him, the thing that just happened, the good news is next year he won't have to worry
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about paparazzi. >> why? >> adults over 19 know he'll be gone. >> okay. i don't understand. i'm not that smart. >> during commercial break, we're going to give her her basket of goods. i was just told we can't. >> holy moly. >> all your favorite things. >> we've lost complete control. >> all your favorite things. >> "nearlyweds" premieres this saturday night at 9:00, 8:00 central on the hallmark channel. >> it's friday. you still have another day. it's wednesday. >> we'll be back after this. [ female announcer ] going to sleep may be easy, but when you wake up in the middle of the night it can be frustrating. it's hard to turn off and go back to sleep. intermezzo is the first and only prescription sleep aid approved for use as needed in the middle of the night when you can't get back to sleep. it's an effective sleep medicine you don't take before bedtime.
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it's wednesday, and you know what that means. what the what. we look at all the photos you sent in that makes you take a double take. >> sara has sifted through this week's top picks and it took
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about five minutes. >> i love you guys. okay, our first photo comes from carol from tucson, arizona. >> that's great. >> got balls, we do. >> that wins. >> oh, yeah. >> that's good. >> jerry from hampton, connecticut, submitted this photo. no outlet. >> that's clever. >> we've got some literal sign people. next up, a photo from encinitas, california. >> nutrition shop. that would have been a serving for fruit for you guys, but you have 28 more days, got to stick with the greens. >> thoughtless. >> thank you, little bit of a tease there. laurie from las vegas, nevada, sent us this photo, if it's in stock, we have it. if it's not in stock, you can finish that one on your own. finally, this photo. peggy from madison, alabama submitted this photo. if you can't figure that out, you probably shouldn't be operating heavy machinery. agreed? >> love it. good job, sara. up next, we're going to tell you why now may be the best time to make your fortune.
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[ male announcer ] to learn more about the cold truth and save $1 visit alka-seltzer on facebook. we're back on this wineless wednesday with more of "today." time to play who knew. all the stars will be out in l.a. this sunday for the golden globes, so what better way to kick off the awards season than testing your knowledge of the big show. kathie lee is going to give $100 to those who get the question right and those who don't get her awesome cd. >> awesome. >> anyway, helping me out over here is the all-around fun guy, our very good friend tim stack, who also happening to be the senior writer at "entertainment weekly." >> that's right, and i look like an elf, apparently, to meredith vieira. >> he's my favorite elf. all right, you're from buffalo, right, ma'am? >> correct. >> celebrating her 30th wedding anniversary. with this stud guy back there.
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which dynamic duo is hosting the golden globes awards this year? alec baldwin and steve martin. tina fey and amy poehler? or hoda kotb and me? >> b. >> yes. you're right. he is helping you. >> tina fey and amy poehler. the promos are perfect. >> such good friends and they are both nominated for best actress in a comedy series. tina for "30 rock" and amy for "parks and rec." they are going to be so funny. they both know improv. he'll be hilarious, i think. different from ricky gervais, who is meaner. >> what is the only film to win the golden globe in all five major categories? >> oh, help. we'll go with "godfather."
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>> no, no, no. >> not such a good husband. >> the correct answer is "one flew over the cuckoo's nest." >> the other ones actually "godfather" and "dr. zhivago" both won five but not best actress. that's the difference. one flew over the cuckoo's nest won best actress in this classic movie about the loony bin. "titanic" only won four. >> back across to kath. >> all right, sir, which film received the most nominations at this year's golden globe awards? >> les miserables? >> no. >> but good news. >> he looked disappointed until now. >> the correct answer there, lincoln. >> your favorite, you love it. seven golden globes.
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best picture, best director, best actress, sally field, love sally field, and best screen play. best actor tommy lee jones. >> is this going to do well? >> i think so. thursday are the oscar nominations. i think it's going to be huge, huge, huge! >> i like that. back across. >> nice couple from kentucky visiting. all right, sir, which television show did not receive a nomination for best television drama this year? >> i would say "b"? >> no, no, no. sweet, sweet, sweet. there you go. >> it's a great day for kathie lee. >> kathie lee is cleaning up. >> the answer there "mad men." shocking. >> madmen didn't get nominated. first time in series history. i think it got eked out because of the newsroom, which is surprising, because a lot of people did not like the newsroom. >> i liked that. >> i'm not judging you. you liked "lincoln" too. >> we have time for one more.
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>> from new jersey, this song is nominated for best original song. name the film it's from. >> les mis? >> les miserables? >> that's just rude. >> i think it was a clean sweep for kathie lee today. the correct answer there is "hunger games." >> it's called "safe and sound." taylor swift is nominated this year and she's up against adele for "sky fall." >> have you been lifting weights? >> no. i do look -- >> you do. you look very buff. anyway -- >> i look busty. busty. >> are you going to the globes, by the way? >> no, i'm not. they won't have me there, please, please. only place that will have me is you guys. coming up, how to think like a rich person to start making more money right now when we come back. asionaconstipation,
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we all think about it from time to time, what would we do if we won the lottery?
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>> i did when i found you, hoda. >> everyone dreams of being rich, but most think it could never happen to them. >> self-made millionaire steve seibold says anyone can hit life's jackpot and earn a fortune. he tells you how to get started in that quest in his new book called "how rich people think." >> steve, steve, steve. nice to see you. hoda is taking umbrage with you. let's just get it out, okay? >> talking about how it's sort of a mindset. i know people watching and other people at home are working double shifts and struggling. you're saying being rich is in your brain and mindset and how you think. that may be a tough pill for people to swallow. >> it's about seeing money through the eyes of abundance and freedom and unlimited opportunity as opposed to fear and scarcity. that's where most of us are trained and brain washed if you will to think about money. >> give us an example of that. how does a rich person look at money? what do they see?
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>> lots of it. >> available out there in the universe? >> it's everywhere. especially with the recession, total chaos in the economy. all over the world. world economy. >> they see opportunity. >> where there's chaos, there's opportunity to solve problems and make money. >> what does the struggling person see? >> i think more fear. what if i can't get a job, lose my job, if i get fired. >> how do you get over the fear? >> it's a big leap. you have to expand your consciousness and thinking by getting beyond how rich people think. that's why i wrote the book. >> if i'm barely able to pay my bills and people are saying save money and i know there's not money to save, i don't have, i'm just barely making it. how is that person going to take something from your book? what should they be doing? >> focus on earning. saving is great, but if you're making $50,000, you're going to live to be 300 years old to be rich. focus on earning. that's what the wealthy do. >> how can they earn if they can't get a good job? >> look for problems to solve. there's 3 million millionaires
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in the united states alone. they are the biggest buyer of personal services and products in the world. >> become indispensable to somebody? >> absolutely. help them. start a pool service, lawn care service, real estate business, insurance firm, anything. >> i am going to bring it on monday as my favorite thing. my friend jackie who does my nails? her family, they're an amazing italian family with the greatest sauce in the world. they started their own restaurant and foods now called wise guys and it's fantastic. they're making a new living at it. >> it's the story of america. this is what built this country, ingenuity. >> no wine, just sauce. >> no sauce for a month. >> what can other people -- what are other things people can do, just practical takeaway things. you say saving is impractical if you can't do it. look for a job that fits into somebody else's world, but what's something else? >> look at your skill sets, your education, passions, interests,
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and say what problem could i solve with the skills, passions and interests they currently have. and then look to those problems and see if you can start a business or start a service company solving those problems. it's really that simple. it's not complicated. >> if i think i'm a failure, i will be a failure? >> yeah. >> value of positive thinking, it is important. your mindset is important. even though hoda doesn't think so. >> i like you fine, steve. >> steve, thank you very, very much. >> world renowned dog behaviorist and trainer cesar milan. >> i think that's the doggy you need to take home. >> really? >> so cute. >> right after this. it's time for your weather channel forecast. over the next couple of days. we're going to start with today's forecast where we're going to have a big story of rain anywhere from the gulf coast all the way up toward minneapolis, maybe a little bit of a mix. but the story really is this storm moving up spreading warmth
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and rain with it. and then weather we have a winter storm that is moving through the northern plains. that one will bring a lot of snow into the northern rockies. and eventually over into the plains as well. blizzard conditions possible. here's our forecast for today. very warm, okay, ahead of this front. and the south of it. 55 in louisville, 60 degrees in atlanta. that warmth will continue. our jet stream is moving way up into canada. so rain spreading east. for the most part it's a rain event for just about everybody. on the back side of this, now we're getting the blizzard conditions at least near blizzard conditions. travel will be horrendous up in this area. please be careful on friday across the northern plains. temperatures, though, almost spring, even summertime temperatures in some areas. in the 60s over in the ohio valley, near 70 degrees. saturday the cold front moves east. not a lot of precipitation, maybe right along the front we're looking into sunday as well. showers and thunderstorms all the way to the gulf coast. meanwhile very cold conditions starting to take shape here
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after saying good-bye to his big show last year, world renowned dog behaviorist cesar millan is back. >> he's got a new nat geo wild series called "leader of the pack." he rescues abandoned dogs once
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considered unadoptable and matches them up with the perfect owner ready to give them a happy and stable home. >> like hoda! >> happy new year. >> same to you, both of you. >> this show is a little feisty. >> it is. this show is about a mission. as i stepped out "dog whisperer," that helped me save relationships, this is going to help me save lives. around the world -- >> dogs or both? a dog can save a person's life, too. >> absolutely, absolutely, yes. around the world, 600 million dogs die. my mission is to stop this from happening. most of them euthanized because they have no homes? >> most of them are abandoned. that's a horrible thing. this is what we do, bring that awareness. but the goal is to find the right energy for you, compatibility is the most important thing. >> we're going to talk about a few things. one thing we've had trouble with on the show, both of us -- >> mine wasn't my fault, it was the dog. >> holding on to dogs. let's look at tape and watch the issues we've had. >> take a picture while kathie is holding him.
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>> oh, oh, oh, that was a nose dive, we remembered that one. mine just ran sideways. i caught it and did not curse. i'm just letting you know. maybe you can show us the proper way to hold a dog. >> bring out buffy. >> let hoda hold buffy. >> what do you do? >> little hesitant. what you do is bring it right away and hold it. >> bring to your heart. heart to heart, hoda. >> like a bag of rice. >> that's what you want to do. little hesitant. there you go. >> oh, you look good together. oh, hoda! >> mindset is very important. >> you love your mommy hoda, don't you. >> this is buffy. look where her behind is, is that okay? >> that was her tail, sorry. >> so let's have -- >> let's bring ratatoulle. you can see the energy here, a
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little tense. >> good one. >> he needs a little bathy. he lives up to his name, let me tell you. >> so you're going to give us a few tips, handful of tips. >> number one is match the right energy dog for you. >> you know what i love about buffy, i have to say, she's very docile. that's kind of the dog i want. just lays there. >> once in awhile they do want to go out and poo, though. you have to do that and feed and bathe her. >> take them for a long walk before you bring them home. >> should i put the dog down? >> why? >> because the dog is in a shelter. they don't really go outside. too many dogs for volunteers to walk them properly. you have a dog that's pent-up energy. before you enter in the house, make sure you go inside first. this is your territory. think like a dog.
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>> what about finding out as much as you can about their history so you would know they might have special concerns? >> what about with that is people hold on to the past and start feeling sorry for the dogs. >> better to have a clean slate? >> think about it. new life. >> your dog looks constipated. [ laughter ] >> let's put it this way, i hope he is. >> cesar, we've got to run. you've got a great show on. thank you. >> thank you very much. >> all the dogs are from the north shore animal league america and are available for adoption, aren't they, hoda? >> yes, they are. >> catch cesar on nat geo wild. we're going to show you how to go from craze to crazy gorgeous. first, this is "today" on nbc. aspirin, really? i haven't thought about aspirin for years. aspirin wouldn't really help my headache, i don't think. aspirin is just old school. people have doubts about taking aspirin for pain.
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boy do we need some. we're taking you from last month's craziness to crazy gorgeous for the new year. >> if you fried your hair or are feeling bloated from all the binging we have fast fixes to get you beautiful. with us with cosmo's beauty editor. >> hey, girl. good to see you. >> thank you. >> fix our fried hair, shall we? >> holiday is the height of hair damage, so you want to replenish your proteins that you've lost from frying it. we're going to take a scoop of this protein mask. does somebody want to mix? one scoop of the protein mask. then we're going to do a couple of drops of moroccan oil, then
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put it on our damp hair, cover it with a shower cap. >> comb through? >> sit for your favorite tv show, 30 minutes once a week and you'll have awesome hair. >> do you use it? >> i do. it's a good one. nails, holiday manicures are festive shimmery glittery polishes are tough on your nails when you take them off. because the glitter scrapes off the protective layer. what you want to do a couple times a day if you can is massage in a cuticle cream or cuticle oil. we're going to massage it in, and the massaging action -- you can do it while you're watching tv. on your commute. >> doesn't take off the polish you have on. >> the massaging brings up nutrients, circulates the blood, helps the nail go stronger. if you're seeing brittle nails, you want to do a strengthening
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treatment every night for a week, seven days straight. >> sun burn. >> you're not. you didn't get sunburned. a lot of people did, tried to get as much sun as they could. >> that's the problem, because in the winter we have a harder time repairing our skin because we're out of practice. we want to do antioxidant rich face cream. this by fresh. it's really great. vitamin c. >> afraid we're going to steal it. vitamin e and lotus extract will keep it really moist. >> lotus extract? >> yes. even on damp skin. >> washing your face sometimes at the end of the day is one of those things you do a so-so job. >> when you've hit the pillow with makeup, the next day you want to do a deep cleansing facial double exfoliation. start by washing your face, get the surface stuff off, then go back in with a peel pad and deposit the acids.
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they are going to scoop out all that gunk in the pores. >> goes on your face, you leave it there? >> this one you're going to put your finger in then rub it all over. >> got it. >> all seems simple, too. >> we have less than a minute. tell us what we have here. >> salty foods, wake up with puffy eyes, bloating. chug two glasses of water to get it flushed all out. a frozen eye mask feels really good on the skin, then you're going to dry brush your body like you're brushing your hair. >> hoda goes to a place where they do that. >> it's really good for circulation. >> too much coffee, too much wine, we're going to get a dental cleaning this year, get that fresh start. then do crest 3d white. >> ready, one, two, three. >> oh, that's good. >> memories. >> that's mean, jerry, by the way. >> thank you, sweetie. >> thanks so much. >> jenna elfman is going to be here. guess who else? >> big ann from "mob wives."
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jeff: all the sparkle. >> get to be famous. >> the pressure. >> get it. >> i was born and raised in the gym. jeff: and the mama drama of "cheer perfection." >> life is a competition. jeff: plus, from troubled teen to teen motivator. >> i'm here to help you change your life. jeff: the star of "teen trouble." >> one kid or adult away from being a success story. jeff: wow. [cheers and applause] jeff: hello! [captioning made possible by cbs television distribution] >> a little about me. i'm recently married. i work with my wife on this show. and i'm learning how to be a dad. two amazing kids in a blended family. i'm hosting a talk show because there's a lot to talk about. this is the adventure. >> let's go. jeff: welcome to the show. you've heard about